Hello, I just wanted to ask a quick question with regard to new academic advisers. When you go into third year (which I'm going in to), does your academic adviser usually change? The reason I ask this is because last year, my adviser didn't change, even though I changed to a completely different subject (from Neuroscience to Molecular and Cellular Biology with Plant Science), so was wondering whether or not I will get a new one. My current adviser is really, really nice and provides great emotional support, but has no clue about the Molecular and Cellular Biology degree (only the Human Biology degrees), so it is impossible to ask academic advice from her. Thanks!*
Would you pay less for a humanities degree?